Rhythm shoot ’em up Double Kick Heroes coming to Switch this summer

Butcher zombies with rhythm and metal.

Double Kick Heroes

Double Kick Heroes, a rhythm game / shoot ’em up hybrid currently in Steam Early Access, is coming to Switch via the Nintendo eShop this summer, developer Headbang Club announced.

Here is an overview of the game, via its Steam page:

About

Double Kick Heroes mixes a rhythm game with a shoot’em up!

Arcade Mode

  • Jump right into the action and play your favorite tracks from the game.
  • The Hellgate Has Opened: Six licensed tracks directly playable in the game!
    • “Kammthaar” by Ultra Vomit
    • “The Scarecrow Paradox” by Fundamental Wisdom Of Chaos
    • “Cold” by Hell In Town
    • “End of the Day” by Antheus
    • “This Means War Act 1” by Volkor X
    • “Against the Waves” by Temnein
    • And more is coming!

Editor Mode

  • Import whatever track you want and design your own level!
  • Share it with your friend and be the first in the leaderboard!

Story Mode

  • Survive through 24 levels of total madness by killing zombies with your gundillac on the highway to hell!
  • Only the power of Metal can save your band!

Key Features

  • Double kick zombies in the face with insane metal music!
  • 30 tremendously f****king awesome quality metal songs by a legendary video game AND metal composer.
  • Import your own music, play community designed tracks, edit your favorite songs and share challenges!
  • Rodriguez infused background story about being weird guys and gals who live for sex, drugs, and heavy metal.
  • Explosions, rebels, militias, undeads, road-rage, madness, apocalypse. Ready to hit the fury road?
  • The only f****king awesome rock and metal rhythm game for Steam, what more!?

Watch a trailer below.

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